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Savin' the Honky Tonk


Download links and information about Savin' the Honky Tonk by Mark Chesnutt. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 49:18 minutes.

Artist: Mark Chesnutt
Release date: 2004
Genre: Country
Tracks: 15
Duration: 49:18
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No. Title Length
1. Somebody Save the Honky Tonks 3:18
2. I'm a Saint 2:59
3. The Lord Loves a Drinkin' Man 4:03
4. Would These Arms Be In Your Way 3:11
5. You Can't Do Me This Way 2:20
6. A Hard Secret to Keep 3:22
7. What Are We Doing In Love 2:51
8. Don't Ruin It for the Rest of Us 3:54
9. Mama's House 3:04
10. Since You Ain't Home 3:54
11. Think Like a Woman 3:11
12. Then We Can All Go Home 3:18
13. Beer Bait and Ammo 4:15
14. My Best Drinkin' 4:02
15. Honky Tonk Heroes 1:36



In his own relaxed sort of way, Mark Chesnutt is a hard country artist to the core. Savin’ the Honky Tonk finds him reverting to his traditionalist roots without rebel bluster or purist preening. Instead, this Lone Star veteran interprets a superior batch of material in the easy-going style that made him a radio favorite in the ‘90s. Backed by an A-list crew of Nashville players, Chesnutt is by turns funny, desperate, and seductive, cracking a smile and misting over in all the right places. He slides into his Southern Romeo mode on “Would These Arms Be in Your Way” (a duet with Lee Ann Womack) and lets his redneck flag fly on “Beer Bait and Ammo.” With songs like “The Lord Loves a Drinkin’ Man,” “Don’t Ruin It for the Rest of Us,” and the title tune, Chesnutt offers a toast to the longneck-tilting, heartache-nursing culture of beer joints across the U.S.A. Mark’s soulfully deep tenor is in top form — in “A Hard Secret to Keep,” he makes the word “paranoia” sound like sweet talk. Savin’ the Honky Tonk is a lovingly-done salute to barroom balladry, served up by an artist born to sing its praises.